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. >> take a breather. thanks. coming up, brian williams notices a big difference between tim cook and steve jobs. more on the exclusive interview, next. okay, here's the plan. you have a plan? first we're gonna check our bags for free, thanks to our explorer card. then, the united club. my mother was so wrong about you. next, we get priority boarding on our flight i booked with miles. all because of the card. and me. okay, what's the plan? plan? mm-hmm. we're on vacation. there is no plan. really? [ male announcer ] the united mileageplus explorer card. the mileage card with special perks on united. get it and you're in. >>> interesting to see that tim cook is spending the day with brian williams. >> it was for an interview for the prime time show rock center. williams noticed a big difference between cook and steve jobs. cook can go unnoticed. the two of them as you can see walked through grand central terminal and williams said no one recognized cook until they reached the apple store. you can see the entire interview next thursday at 10:00 p.m. on rock center on nbc bay area. >> let's go
listo william bonilla para el mondo deportivo. >>> gracias, y el Árbitro para el partido de vuelta de la final del fÚtbol de mÉxico serÁ chacÓn. >>> no tenemos la mejor aficiÓn, pero en la final nos haremos presentes. >>> vamos a mantener la ventaja y tambiÉn trataremos de ganar en sucasa. >>> ansioso de que termine y gane el toluca. >>> nuestro estilo serÁ igual al del primer partido. >>> el chaton podrÍa jugar con las Águilas y pero no se asusten, son las Águilas de benfica. maÑana se juga el derby madrileÑo, los colchoneros llevan 13 aÑos sin ganar al merengue. y si usted todavÍa no tiene univisiÓn deportes network, lo invinto que marque este nÚmero y maÑana tendremos el sorteo de la copa confedeciones, tambiÉn la final de la mls, llame a su proveedor de cable, y pida univisiÓn deportes network. vamos con el fÚtbol americano colegial, aquÍ intercepciÓn y a toda velocidad regresaba hasta yarda uno de terreno rival, y aquÍ stanford logrÓ la victoria finalmente. los queens pecaron, empezando mal, pago garcÍa robo y clavada, los pacers de indiana ganaron. los que
pierda solo a las 11, ya regresamos con ustedes . . >> ayer tijuana ganó a diablso de toluca, william bonilla con los deportes, muchas gracias león amigos esto es acción deportiva, los primeros 90 minutos están en los registros, el cielo toco con las manos y remoontó y logró su título 11 en la temporada. >> vamos mentalizados que será un partidi difícil y eso es bueno. >> gracias a dios no se perdió y ¡sacamos un buen resultado. >> :siguen despedazando la historia de lance amstrong y ahora el pueblo es quién quiere quitarle la medalla. >> miguel Ángel cotto buscara mantener su invicto por el titulu super welter del mundial de boxeo . >> y el adiós de david beckham. >> era el momento apropiado para tomar ésta decisión. >> en cuánto al futuro, lo dije la semana pasada de las opciones que tengo. >> me enorgullece saber que aún puedo jugar, aún no considero el retiro, en el béisbol de grandes ligas, reunión con ángeles y dogres, envían a tomy hanson a los angelitos jankis se arreglaron con mariano rivera en contrato de 10 años y 10 millones de dólares . >> sesgun
on but michelle an tone, georgia pratt williams, arin hall, a teacher who isn't here who was supporting way before i was even in the program. so thank you so much for all your -- and all the parents that showed up tonight thank you so much for coming and supporting. >> ?s >> i also wanted to mention that i had an opportunity to attend this assembly last week, and learned there were 550 different tribes in the united states, 280 different languages spoken, 20 of them spoken in california. and we did learn ac5ssj little sign language which was -- i hope i don't get this wrong. so correct me, ladies, if i'm wrong. education is not the enemy. so i hope i did thatwwwpoÑ<1 rightl[!go> continuing on, this is for superintendent carranza82k> j.%móx1 jrotc. >> i'd like to call ram ileoto the podium regarding the lowell high school second place finish in the national 2011-12 symposium and academic bowl. first sergeant. >>[!n? and gentlemen and board members. i'm extremely proud to be here on behalf of
was born abigail smith. her brother died -- >> beyond will william smith? do we know much about uncle william? >> he died of alcoholism in those days. there was no treatment. you died a very early. some accident because you were out of control or you died of sclerosis to the liver but you died of alcoholism coming and her brother died of alcoholism. two of her three sons, john quincy adams' brothers died of alcoholism and two of john quincy adams' died. firstborn, george adams died in his late 20s. the second born, the youngest, charles also died. one of the three songs survived, as did several of the grandson's but this was a genetic trait in the smith family. just as in the quincy family history of genius which went back to 1066 and the crossing -- the battle of hastings crossing the channel by way of the concord. a little village town in normandy which still exists and the english obviously corrupted. they were with william hastings a baron to quincy and was running in 2015. so this line of leadership and ingeniously and currency's as well as alcoholism in the smith family. >> i ha
away many of their rights. holly williams is covering all this for us. she's above tahrir square in aairo tonight. holly? >> scott, the assembly that wrote this draft constitution is dominated by president mubarak's islamist allies, so on the one hand, it gives islamic law a bigger role in government. but on the other hand, a clause that specifically guaranteed equality for women was removed. today i spoke with an egyptian blogger and she told me she's worried that this draft constitution could be used to violate her rights. >> you take your salary from my taxes. you have no right to tell me how to live my life, how to dress, how to talk. you have no right to put me in jail because i'm expressing on opinion on the internet or in the streets and this is what they did in the constitution. >> pelley: holly, with so much opposition, what are the chances that president morsi is going to get this constitution through an election? >> well, mr. morsi is making a political gamble. he is betting that a majority of egyptians will vote for this draft constitution. and if he's right, then pre
) >> our speaker this morning, the former secretary of defense william perry, i first met when he was the deputy secretary of defense, and he and mrs. perry came to korea where i was the c5j5 and i was assigned to escort them around. and i had a lot of those kinds of duties while i was assigned to korea. but it was the most pleasant experience i had and i say that honestly, to get to know these two people. and he then became our secretary of defense. and many of us that have served thought that he was one of the best secretary of defenses we've ever had. he's currently a senior fellow at the hoover institute and a freeman foley institute of international studies. he is the michael and barbara bavarian professor at stanford university and serves as co-director of the nuclear risk reduction initiative and preventive defense project. please help me welcome our speaker this morning, former secretary of defense william perry. (applause) >> what a pleasure it is to be aboard this symbol of america's millery power, the uss macon island. what a pleasure it is to be among the men and women
and second to the 2012 williams settlementable report. >> so moved. >> second. >> reading of recommendation by the superintendent or designeesp ruth deep. superintendent. the action is that the board of education for san francisco unified accept the report from independent auditors for the 2012 visits of the district 28 schools that arel[7unuç ranked 1 through three on the academic performance api. >> yes questions from the board? >> i just want to say i was very pleased to read that most of all of our facilitiese7amn!7w were n compliance with the audit, with the exception of two school facilities, and apparently those deficiencies were addressed right away. so i want to thank david goldin and his staff and the williams team on responding so rapidly. >> thank you. >> vice president norton. >> vice president norton: thank you. i was -- i did hear1jsdzen some complaints that were not reflected in the audit report about middle school textbooks not being available for all students, particularly students in special day classes. and i'm just wondering if the auditors found any -- that there was
and the clerks? >> approximately five years ago, i came up to washington, dc to interview a guy named william coleman, jr. mr. coleman, who is now, i think, 93, and works 12-hour days in d.c., was of interest to me as a subject because he was the first black law clerk on the supreme court. i came up, got a good rate to stay at the a mayflower hotel near washington, dc. and i went over to interview bill, and we we are making chit-chat, and bill asked me where i stayed the night before. and i told him the mayflower and how nice it was and harry truman's favorite hotel, and bill said, you know, in 1948, when i clerked for sf, they wouldn't serve me at the mayflower. and he started telling me a story about lunchtime, when he and his co-clerk, elliott richardson, who would go on to hold more cab it in positions than anyone in american history -- were planning a lunch outing and decided to go to the mayflower. a couple minutes before they were going to leave, el yet came back to chambers and rushed into sf's chambers and there was a hushed conversation, and franklin came out close to tears and at t
, but the tight end from mon that vista high school -- then jor tan williams tikd a field goal to give stanford a 17-14 win over oregon, the time had been number 1 or number two prior to those national poles. thatwould not have been anything if they had not gone to the rode bole and defeated them 35-17. it put them in in this exact opportunity they're in. -- cango to the rose bole for the first time since 2000. it wouldbe a third straight bcs bole appearance. another interestingthing about tonight's game. inthat game against ucla just 36 yards away from stanford's all fooit time rushing record. so we're -- ats a place like sanford goes under the radar, but david shaw for the last five or six years is really unpress deposited school history and a chance to go to the rose bole with a win mere tonight. we'llhave a postgame show after that. reporting live from sanford stadium thank you. the pack 12championship between ucla and stanford >> gerngs the wirn goes the rose bole. thank you for trustingktvu news 2 . >> helping you to start your day and also deplete your night and here for you 24/7 honori
of the white house, in advance of tomorrow's world aids day. i'm brian williams, lester ht will be here with you this weekend. of course, we hope to see you back on monday night. meanwhile, please have a good weekend. good night. . >> announcer: nbc bay area news starts now. >>> good evening. thanks for joining us. aim janelle wang. >> and i'm raj mathai. round two hit the bay area today and we got hit hard. right now nice break outside, but it won't last long. this friday commute has been surprisingly smooth. sheer aa live look at the 280/880 interchange in the south bay. around the bay area, traffic is moving relatively speaking. >> earlier today, several problems. the heavy rain led to scenes like this across the bay area. flooded parking lots, roadways and freeways, all around a giant mess. >> we have live team coverage, sheryl and mary ann, but we begin with our chief meteorologist jeff ranieri with the latest conditions from our weather center. >> the rainfall totals are unleel. that's what we'll see heading into the weekend's storm system, another round of had heavier rain and al
. >> nicholas williams says he pulled three cars out of this flooded part of the station. >> when they do that to the car what happens? >> they ruin it. it costs $5,000 to replace the motor. >> so far there has been relatively little damage out here in the north bay. but the ground is pretty well saturated, and we have another wave of rain coming at us. reporting live in the north bay, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. hundreds of people in the santa cruz mountains are without power. downed power lines mean highway 9 is still shutdown as well. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana continues our live coverage. sergio? >> the majority of those people who still are without power are in the community of ben loman. a tree came down and knocked down a power line right through town. pg&e crews are working late into the night to get power restored on this stretch of highway 9. this is what's left of the tree that came down earlier this morning and took out a power line. it has been cutaway by power crews and a few yards up the road one building has electricity. >> up here when you get a chan
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in cairo and holly williams is there. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well thousands of president morsi's supporters have taken to the streets today. but it follows days of protests by his opponents who accuse the president of behaving like a dictator. on tahrir square in cairo yesterday tens of thousands of protesters converged again. their outrage is directed at president mohamed morsi and his islamist allies who dominant the panel who wrote the draft of egypt's new constitution. it can be put to a referendum before the end the year. the draft constitution gives islamic sharia law a bigger role and empowers the state to protect morals and values but there are few details on what that means. and a clause that specifically guarantees equality for women were removed. this is a blogger who believes the draft constitution could be used to violate her rights. >> you have no right to tell me,000 live my life. 000 dress, how to cook. this is what they did in the constitution. >> reporter: on tahrir square egyptians from many walks of life agree with he
-same-sex proposition 8. as pete williams tells us now, we'll have to wait a little longer. >> craig, it was quite an anti-climax friday. waiting all day expecting we'd hear something from the supreme court on what they would take and an order's list that had just two cases on that had to do with patents and pan patenting n genes. it's impossible to know for sure. quite likely that the justices want more time to discuss these cases. so, they'll reschedule this for perhaps their next closed door conference which is this coming friday. that sometimes happens. the voting rights act case, for example, which was granted earlier in november. they put on several successive lists before they finally decided to grant it. so, that's one possibility. it's also possible that they're not going to take some of these cases. but on friday, all the supreme court announces is cases that it will grant, not cases it will deny. we'll get the denials list that's ready this coming monday. so, that will be the next place where we'll watch to the see whether they denied any of these cases and it's also not out of the real
they can come through it and they don't make. it. >> nicholas williams says he pulled three cars out of this flooded part of the station. >> when they do that to the car what happens? >> they ruin it. it costs $5,000 to replace the motor. >> so far there has been relatively little damage out here in the north bay. but the ground is pretty well saturated, and we have another wave of rain coming at us. reporting live in the north bay, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. hundreds of people in the santa cruz mountains are without power. downed power lines mean highway 9 is still shutdown as well. abc7 news reporter sergio quintana continues our live coverage. sergio? >> the majority of those people who still are without power are in the community of ben loman. a tree came down and knocked down a power line right through town. pg&e crews are working late into the night to get power restored on this stretch of highway 9. this is what's left of the tree that came down earlier this morning and took out a power line. it has been cutaway by power crews and a few yards up the road one bui
of you, tomorrow we're going to have the former secretary defense william perry speak. and the final speaker tomorrow will be the commander of north com, it will be the first time the northern command... >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to day two of the senior leader seminar for san francisco fleet week 2012. we had a great day yesterday and we're going to have an even greater day today. we've got a number of people that i would like to bring up to welcome you all. while this senior leader seminar is going on, there's a number of other activities that are going on at the same time. and a very important activity is some training that's taking place on treasure island. it's training by the san francisco fire department and it's become a huge hit with the marines and the sailors that are able to get this training. with that, i'd like to have our police chief -- fire chief from san francisco, chief hayes white, come forth and talk to you about some of these events and the fire department's role. thank you. >> thank you, thank you very much. thank you, general. good morning, everyone. we
, be it the "today" show, wendy williams, "the doctors," "the view." the phone rings off the hook and women from all over the country love the rat trap. >> you can't even see it there. >> stop looking. >> melinda, let's start with you. how did you think the pitch went? >> i think it went well but $200,000 doesn't sound like enough money. you also didn't explain what percentage of your company you would give up for that kind of money. if you are going to do this pitch again, tighten those things up and make sure you give all those value-added points. >> i want to know when it is going to be available for men. i thought the pitch was really powerful. i connected. i really think the media part is really powerful. the more you can get on tv. i was wondering if you could leverage the media more rather than going right to direct response advertising. >> would you guys take another meeting, melinda? >> i would. i think this is a great product. i think the catchyness, the fun in it, i think that it also makes it sellable as well. >> michael? >> yes. >> you would. congratulations. good luck with everything.
come through it, and they don't make it. >> nicholas william, who lives nearby, said he pulled three cars out of this flooded park of west mark station road. >> when they do that to their car, what happens? >> they ruin it. costs them with $5,000 to replace the motor. >> so far the storms have done relatively little damage up hear in the north bay but the ground is pretty well saturated. and we have another wave of rain coming at us. reporting in santa rosa, i'm allen wong, abc7 news. >>> a couple hundred people in the santa cruz mountains are still without power this morning and hay way 9 is still shut down because of downed power lines. abc7 news reporter sergio has more from santa cruz county. >> pg&e crews are working to get power restored on this stretch of highway 29. this has been cut away by power crews and a few yards up the road only one building has electricity. >> you try to get ahead of the ballgames. a lot of husband have small generators. >> his generator is humming along at his general store but some of his neighbors are having to settle with tiki lamps and candles to
back. >> as to count 1, we the jury find defendant ryan william ferguson guilty of murder in the second-degree. >> reporter: guilty of mder and robbery. he was sentenced to 40 years. kent heitholt's daughter was relieved. >> i don't want people to remember he was a murder victim, and i'm glad that nally i can remember him as just my dad and someone that was loved by everyone. >> reporter: heitholt's paper put the story to bed perhaps for good, but it was a struggle, of course, for ryan's family. convicted murderer, son and brother. and kelly, the indulgent sister who sneaked him into a bar, wrestled with debilitating remorse. >> of course, i feel very guilty because not only was he down there because of me, but i also got him into a bar underage. it just looks really bad. >> you almost feel like you're stepping back from yourself. >> yeah. >> and you're watching other people, yourselves, going through this because it can't really be your life. it can't be you going through this. >> reporter: how do you get over a thing like that? >> you don't get over it. you get busy. that's what we do
religious liberty including the ideas of roger williams and john locke and look at how those ideas about equal respect for conscience and the burdens that imposes on government and public policy led to a constitutional tradition according to which government may not substantially burden and an individual's free exercise of religion without an extremely weighty public interest. i defend those ideas as a good basis for public policy in other nations as well. the second prong of my approach of which i will focus tonight is the need for principled consistency and self examination in our approach to the religions of other people. i note that many policies in this area wac socratic self examination. the basic virtue of trying to have a coherent and consistent policy across similar cases and as we will see soon, many are in a deeper way that was at the heart of ethics mainly people act in ways that give their own group special privilege and refuse to apply the same law to all people so we will go on and see that. the third prong of the approach i argue that even when we have good principles and
. the first quote is from a guy namedded william who wrote a book called "the art of political manipulation," a professor of politics i believe, and in the book, he said it is true people win politically because they induced other people to join them; right? that's how we think about politics. you convince and persuade other people to join you, you have a vote, and you win. he says winners reduced by more than attraction and persuasion, but win because they set up the situation in such a way that other people will want to join them or will feel forced by circumstances to join them even without any persuasion at all. this is what political strategy is about. it is about structuring the world so you can win. >> that's the first, the second is from harry reid, and he said in december of 2010 that they, being the republicans, have had a lot of opportunities to offer amendments. the problem is not the offering of amendments, but we'll allow them to offer amendments, but they are not satisfied with that. they want the results. they are not willing to offer an amendment they may lose. they are onl
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